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Leading drives and controls specialist Bosch Rexroth is hitting the road to help end-users futureproof their hydraulic systems.
A UK tour, kicking off in June 2017, aims to bring design engineers and service engineers up to speed with a range of modern hydraulic technologies, including connected hydraulics, fluid management and fluid competence and servicing.
The 17-tonne 40ft truck trailer will be equipped with a range of exhibits and live demonstrations including pumps, motors, valves and cylinders, along with control and engineering software, compact power units, motion control equipment, variable speed pumps, Hägglunds drives, sensors and filter technology. The truck is also equipped with an interactive presentation area, with details of different hydraulic applications and virtual showroom.
The truck will be manned by trained engineers ready to offer visitors advice on all aspects of using, upgrading and maintaining hydraulic equipment.
The tour, which will run for 10 days from Monday 5 June to Friday 16 June, will call at eight different public locations across the UK, including Rotherham, Cirencester, Sunderland, Aberdeen, Strathclyde, Leeds, Coventry and St Neots. Opening times for each location are 10am to 3pm.
The exact location for each stop is:
Friday 9 June – AMAP Sunderland
Monday 12 June – AECC Aberdeen
Tuesday 13 June – AFRC Strathclyde,
Wednesday 14 June – Oddy Hydraulics, Leeds
Thursday 15 June – AMTC, Coventry
Friday 16 June – Bosch Rexroth, St Neots
For more information regarding the truck tour, please visit: http://bit.ly/ConnectedHydraulics
Further information about each of the events can be accessed by emailing email@example.com